Do you have a dysfunctional relationship with alcohol?

Maybe you’re not quite sure, but you notice that alcohol is playing the role as a crutch in your days when life gets hard.

Today’s episode we welcome on a very special guest, Sarah Rusbatch, to blow the lid wide open on the truth about how and why we drink.

In this episode:

  • What is grey area drinking?
  • What are the signs to know if you’re a grey area drinker?
  • What does alcohol do in our bodies?
  • Why are women drinking at record levels? 
  • What are some alternatives to drinking?
  • What does the process look like to remove alcohol from your life? 
  • What does life look like without alcohol?

Sarah is a certified Women’s Health and Wellbeing Coach, an accredited Grey Area Drinking Coach and a Key-Note speaker sharing her journey to Sobriety and impact of alcohol on mental and physical health to global audiences. After developing what she describes as ‘a dysfunctional relationship with alcohol’, Sarah made the decision to remove alcohol from her life in early 2019 and has never looked back. She now works with women across the globe, guiding them from feeling lost, stuck and out of control (something she fully understands herself), to a healthier and happier way of living.

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Website: 
www.sarahrusbatch.com

Connect with Sarah:
https://www.instagram.com/sarahrusbatch/

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